Jun 4, 2011


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dirty cup

dirty paw


In the Park

Parks in Brussels

Royal Palace in Brussels


Jama said...

I love the first photo of the park, such gorgeous colors!

jams o donnell said...

Haha I see a cat with dirty paws! Do your cats try to clean wet and muddy paws by walking all over you? Our's do! Great take on the theme

Anonymous said...

Such a beautiful cat!

Anonymous said...

It must be well near impossible to keep a white cat clean!

Waht a super collection for this week's theme.

have a good weekend.

Kay L. Davies said...

That first park looks familiar, Gattina. Is that the one across from the old royal palace? Or is Brussels just full of beautiful places?
Wonderful photos, anyway. I don't think Arthur's paw looks very dirty. You should see Lindy's paws when she's been digging!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

peppylady (Dora) said...

Gee I just got done with a sink full of dishes this morning. One to five items around the sink isn't bad.

I think anything white takes a little more effect to keep clean. Kitty looks content.

I could admire nature all day. What beautiful park.

I'm doing photo hunt this week just admiring some of photos.

Coffee is on.

YTSL said...

Re your Photo Hunt photos: wow, they're so cat-filled!!! :D

srp said...

Makes you wonder what Arthur was doing and where he had that paw!
My take on dirty is here.

Karen Funk Blocher said...

Oh, wow. Such a variety in your park pictures, from wild nature to lush gardens to the ultimate taming of nature in the maze. I like the first shot the best, the way the trees and gardens compliment the shape of the land with its rolling hills, and the colorfully dressed people making their way through the middle of the scene.

Erin said...

I don't know of anything more to add after what Karen said - I love the variety of scenery in your parks - flowers to marsh to trees to sculpture.

jabblog said...

I don't expect that paw stayed dirty for long!
I love your park photos - so green!